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Shelagh Delaney
(1939-2011) born on
Nov 25
English playwright. She won critical acclaim, at the age of 19, with the London production of her first play, "A Taste of Honey," 1958.
         
   
F
[W]hen you leave school finally you will find that life is a game, sometimes serious, sometimes fun, but a game that must be played with true team-spirit . . .

R
Women never have young minds. They were born three thousand years old.
A
''There aren't enough secrets to go round anymore. Some spies are having to invent secrets in order to earn a living."
N
Why don't you learn from my mistakes? It takes half your life to learn from your own.
K
"The only consolation I can find in your immediate presence is your ultimate absence.
 
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Published Sources for the above Quotations:
F: "The Teacher," "Sweetly Sings the Donkey," 1963.
R: "A Taste of Honey," 1958
A: "My Uncle, the Spy," "Sweetly Sings the Donkey," 1963.
N: "A Taste of Honey," 1958
K: Helen in "A Taste of Honey," Act 1, Sc. l .
   


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